Taycan advertisements

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  1. Eisbärenhöhle

    Eisbärenhöhle Well-Known Member

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    "Welt am Sonntag" newspaper ... 16th of June ... still using Mission-e rear .... no trunk visible ... strange behaviour from Porsche

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    I’m wondering if they are releasing a top of the top version first and that it then has the wider rear fenders of the mission-e......... since this otherwise would seem to touch on false advertising......................
     
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    This is starting to get very confusing. What sense does it make to put this in the newspaper when we are only 3 months away from the real vehicle being unveiled. It will only lead to disappointment in my opinion.
     
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    Agree! We have all received the book showing the Mission E pictures in various areas of it. Production line picture and at the end of the book that is the last thing you see is the Mission E.
    I hope Felixtb is right. Not good marketing if the Taycan does not have the aggressive look and wider rear fenders....
     
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    You are too kind calling it "strange" behavior...........borderline 'shameless' in my book.
    One could assume Porsche Marketing thinks the differentiation is something beyond the 'average buyer' (who will spend over $100K and who has been following this four years :) ).
     
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    Well, let's NOT buy it then.
    That'll teach them.
    HA!
    Indeed, it's pathetic and doesn't make any sense whatsoever...
     
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    Not good full stop if the Taycan doesn't have the aggressive look and wider rear fenders, they have no excuse at all for not including them
     
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